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Where can you find the best Buffalo-style chicken wings in South Florida?According to Sun Sentinel readers, it's Wings Plus.In a poll of newspaper's readers, this family-owned and operated restaurant has "the best wings in S. Florida."More
than 25 years ago, brothers Brian and Joe Walsh opened their eatery in
Oakland Park, at the intersection of Prospect Road and Andrews Avenue.
Today, Wings Plus is still going strong, with several locations,
including the original restaurant, serving the wings that South Florida
of the Wings Plus restaurants offer an informal, fun, family oriented
atmosphere; a staff of friendly, courteous and attentive servers; a menu
loaded with family favorites; and a dining experience that won't break
menu offers a variety of choices: appetizers, burgers, chicken, curly
fries, fish and chips, onion rings, Philly Cheese Steak hero, platters,
ribs, salads, sandwiches, soups and wraps. But as its name implies,
finger-licking wings are the big favorite here.You
can choose wings covered in sauces ranging from mild to hot, and
accompanied by fresh, Bleu Cheese dressing. Or you can try a slightly
more exotic sauce, such as barbecue, Cajun, garlic, honey barbecue,
honey mustard or teriyaki. You may even elect to have your wings
grilled.Whichever way you like your wings, you'll see why Wings Plus has been a South Florida favorite for more than two decades.A children's menu and take-out service are available, as is delivery to area homes and businesses.
neighborhood restaurants, which are open daily for lunch and dinner,
also have private rooms for birthday and team parties and for meetings.The
Coral Springs' Wings Plus eateries are at 1235 N. University Drive
(954-757-4950) and at 9880 Sample Road (954-752-4460).And their are
franchised locations at 354 SW 160th Ave. in Weston and 4455 S. Congress
Ave. in Lake Worth.
A quarter-century ago, two brothers realized a dream to open an eatery. Today, that dream is still going strong at Wings Plus.
"THE BEST PHILLY CHEESESTEAK
SOUTH OF PHILLY"